Monthly Archives: August 2006

Common Fallacies

John from work writes in IM: The Yankees beat the Red Sox, and Seattle beat the Yankees. So Seattle is better than the Red Sox? A few links I sent to John 🙂 Syllogism on Wikipedia Square of Opposition on … Continue reading

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Microsoft Open Source Lab?

This merits some investigation. I’ve never heard of this until coming across a reference in the Microsoft Watch RSS  feed. Port 25 – Communications from the Microsoft Open Source Labs I need to go check this out and figure out … Continue reading

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Tough Weekend to be a Red Sox Fan

If there’s one thing I hate to see it’s the Red Sox lose to the Yankees. But five games straight? Come on! To put this in some historical perspective: the last time the Yankees swept a five-game series against the … Continue reading

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Cascadian Mix Volume 1 : Audio CD : August 2006

Shakatura – Copal Eastern Dub Tactik – Cultural Wizdum Zero One – causalitY B&B International – Lickin’ Interchill – Hibernation Emb Waterjuice – Something Else Sample from Easy Rider – "That was a UFO…" Shaktura – Lavatube Sample from Easy … Continue reading

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Completing the Move

I’m heading back to Maine on a red-eye a week from tomorrow for two weeks to tear down my office, clean out the barn, and be onsite for the packers, and the moving crew. I haven’t been able to get … Continue reading

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Photos from My First Days on Campus

Here are a few photos from my first days on the Mircosoft Campus in Redmond that I took back in May with my Sony Ericsson w600i camera phone.

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I took down the, and websites this morning as I have legally disolved Encapsule Systems, Inc., and do not plan to release any more public information on the Hyperworx Platform project. I have also made a request to … Continue reading

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